Aquae Vitae Jordan

Due to a massve influx of refugees from neighbouring Syria, the water supply in Irbid municipality in Jordan is under serious strain.

In collaboration with the local Yarmouk Water Company, the partners aim at developing a better and more energy efficient water supply method.

The project includes developing a monitoring system, new hydraulic calibration models and a business model that benefits the Yarmouk Water Company as well as the Danish partners.

By ensuring a better and more energy efficient water distribution system, the project aims at relieving the substantial pressure on the scarce natural water resources in the area.

Partners: Enviclean, Grundfos Holding A/S, Energi Viborg, Viborg Municipality, Danish Refugee Council, Confederation of Danish Industry

Where: Irbid, Jordan

This project is supported by the Danish Industry Foundation under the “Deciphering the Relief Aid Market” project. Read more…

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